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scenarios. it's just federal agencies playing politics. we cut spending under clinton and reagan and we did it after world war ii. we did it under calvin coolidge. in every case it was pro growth and private prosperity. let's get the job done asap. our cnbc contributors have some thoughts of their own. i want to talk about mr. costa, i want to go to mr. costa first. i want to hear about this big sequester news the president on the phone with john boehner and mitch mcconnell. i didn't even know he had their numbers. what's going on here. >> the relations between capitol hill republicans and president have been quite icy for the past few months but the president called mitch mcconnell and john boehner but according to my inside sources those calls were unproductive. impasse about the sequester continues. >> no deal? >> no deal happening. republicans don't say to the president we're not going to raise taxes regardless of the kind of political pressure you put on us and the scare tactics you have about the potential job losses. >> will we see last minute negotiating? >> i think so. it will go r
of the senate, well, ted cruise is jim demint 2.30 or 3 had the 0. we saw in the hearing with secretary clinton, we saw in the confirmation hearings with chuck hagel that cruise was by far the most prosecutorial, the most aggressive of the questioners of both of those folks, and he is someone who makes no bones about his -- both his ambition and his willingness to buck how the senate is supposed to work. we're going to hear more from him before we hear less. >> you know, the way the senate is supposed to work is that you don't ask a question about the friends of hamas until you check out whether there is even such an organization as the friends of hamas. just saying. margaret, could marco rubio and the foreign trip. he has credentials and has given foreign policy speeches. here he was with king abdullah. he was in israel and had a press conference there, met with netanyahu. he is really -- there he is with shimon peres. there is quite a lot of activity by marco rubio, even since the state of the union water episode. >> well, he has now checked his foreign policy box. you'll remember these are n
are hillary clinton testifying on benghazi. >> we were misled that there were supposedly proeft protests and something sprang out of that. that was not the fact and the american people could have known that within days and they didn't know that. >> with all due respect, the fact is we have four dead americans. was it because of a protest or guys out for a walk one night that decided they would kill americans. what difference, at this point does it make. >> our second category john mccain versus one of his constituents. >> we have had enough time. >> we have had enough time. you know something, again, i have had town hall meetings for 30 years. people are happy i have town hall meetings and i listen to them and get back to them. that's what this is about but occasionally a get a jerk like you. >> a third nominee in this category best political smack down, tag romney defending his dad after a presidential debate. >> what is it like for you to hear the president of the united states calling your dad a liar? >> you jump out of your seat and want to rush to the debate stage and take a swing a
that affect walmart i would say no. >> cenk: hillary clinton was on walmart's board of directors for six years, too. do you think she should not have been secretary of state? >> i think there is a whole range of issues that one should consider in terms of clinton's record, but i think it was appropriate that her connection and others' connections to walmart became an issue in the primary. we saw in 2008 prominent democratic party officials speaking out about walmart. we have not seen in recent months since the strikes that took place on black friday or before very many democrats and certainly nobody at the top of the party speaking up about these strikes or speaking up about this challenge to the dominant employer in the united states at the moment. i think the fact that hillary clinton served in a role where she helped to improve walmart's image. she helped walmart get over its imagine as a white-male company is something that she should have been asked to answer for much more. at the time she suggested changes, but she didn't speak up about labor issues in walmart, and something she should h
toward noth and south korea and i wrote president clinton a letter and said i've decided to go without your approval, and the vice president, al gore, intercepted my letter, president clinton was in europe, the anniversary of the normandy landing, if you change that sentence to i am strongly inclined to go, i think i can get the president's approval. and i went and i worked out an agreement. >> do you think hilary clinton will run in 2016? >> i don't know what she will do, but she's done an outstanding job as secretary of state. i'm proud of her achievement. >> let's take a break. the academy awards this weekend in los angeles. have you a vested interest i think really in your heart, "argo" which involves one of the good moments of your presidency, is up for the best movie. we'll ask you about that. >> all right. >>> president carter brought with him some memorabilia which we auction to benefit the carter center. >> i make furniture, made all kinds in the past, four poster beds. this time i made a simple stool out of a beautiful piece of wood, and it will be auctioned off, and my furni
when bill clinton got elected versus when ronald reagan got elected, the electorate has been changing for a very long time but the right didn't notice because they have been able to use these tricks to gin up their base and maximize their vote and they have always used the far right to do it. they get them excited over cultural issues -- >> what went wrong this time? for every african-american vote or latino vote you were going to lose a more conservative white person from say the southwest, but that doesn't exactly happen. the white vote sort of been up a bit for obama and then the african-american and the other minority votes zoomed. >> and part of the problem is number one they have lost the cities. they're losing including the urban white vote, losing more educated white voters among with minority vote% and losing young voters. part of the problem is them. the messaging they use to gin up their base turns off obviously younger people, it turns off women, turns off minorities and this time they really got minute norths excited about voting. there was already loyalty to barack obama
. but what i can say is when i was offered this job by secretary clinton, the office had lost a competence of key players on capitol hill and others in the u.s. government. so i just produce a chance to start over anything probably a lot of what we are doing with the original conception. and i'm trying not to throw out the baby with the bathwater. probably nobody has said that since her grandmother died. so my feeling is they think the original intent was to be strategic and to have a policy influence. and then i think when it went through its middle stages a coordinator and never gain traction in the state department. so it then went into a kind of supplier of people, which i thought was too limited. so we've tried to recapture that want to be part of the conversation. we've been very fortunate to have the support for secretary clinton for the first year of our existing and now what we are finding that only been in a handful of meetings with secretary kerry, but in every one of the meanings, he has said, or bring the ideas. give me some out-of-the-box thinking. we've got to find another w
clinton. according to the reviews at the time, scored hurricanes of laughter. you might need to get in your own way-back machine to recognize the setup material. >> i am honored to be a part of this event though. when i got the invitation, i was thrilled i would be speaking in the same room with the most powerful man in the country, and, well, then i heard judge ito canceled. but you move on. >> judge ito, for those who forgot, was the judge in the o.j. simpson murder case. here is one from the political scene at a time when many democrats were becoming republicans. >> the first announcement is for the democratic congressmen present. please refrain from switching parties during the dinner. it's very confusing to your waiter, all right? i understand nathan deal got the same dessert twice. we got to work that out. >> nathan deal. he was one of the democrats who switched from democrat to republican after the '94 midterm election. a loss for the blue team. by the way, the danger right there is the danger of using topical material. it goes away. >>> finally, check out the headline from t
. because remember, in '95 or '96 with -- under the gingrich/dick armey congress bill clinton was able to force them to raise the minimum wage and there were those referenda you talked about. one of the key points that ought to be made and one of the reasons why older studies -- we no longer -- the minimum wage does not apply very much in manufacturing. when you are dealing with manufacturing, which is done across national lines, there could be some negative economic effect in terms of transferring out. we know people are ready to move jobs out. but overwhelmingly today, minimum wage jobs are in the service industries. if the restaurant down the street is charging a little more because of wages, you can't go to malaysia for a sandwich. and so it's food service. the supermarkets and restaurants. if you look at where the minimum wage has an effect, it is in those areas in america that are really not subject to foreign competition. because they're not making things. they are performing a service for which people need to be physically present. this is part of the test of whether or not the
they business. the real big event happened in the summer night 299 were bill clinton made a really mandatory, although it come back a few years. he said freddie mac and fannie mae has to have at least half your loans in affordable housing i.e. subprime lending. that was a dramatic announcement because of the size of freddie and fannie. a number of economists identify the risk involved in this issue and said listen, danny and freddie are so big that there's no way they can meet this goal without radically reducing lending standards in the home mortgage business. so it is not that big. if they achieve that goal, they're taking so much risk that studying for any candidate in financial trouble and they are so big they can take a couple u.s. financial system. nine years later it has been. what freddie and fannie failed, the outside trying dollars and they had $2 trillion in subprime mortgages. even before they failed, they would average 1000 to one. it would be like you having a net worth of $10,000. the only way you can do that is if the government guarantees your debt and this is something way
and even bill clinton cited by president obama as a model boosted growth as well, raised taxes, but also reduced regulation, and used the tax revenues to help balance the budget. and the end of the payroll tax cut, which you mentioned earlier, was also was a temporary hit, in fact, to the consumer's pocket book, handing out money from the government, money it doesn't have and has to borrow, doesn't do any lasting good for the economy. listen. >> it's not a recession, but it certainly isn't the kind of recovery that we've had in the past. >> democrats, megyn, have a different view on the reasons of course, but agree the economy is crawling along and needs more help from the government at least for now. >> it's good to see you back. >> nice to see you. >> glad to see you again. >> thanks, coming up now, steve moore, a senior economics writer for the wall street journal. want your thoughts on this, steve. on the one hand you've got the payroll tax hikes that everybody suffers who pays taxes and you've got the gas prices that everybody is suffering from and got this unemployment rate, so on.
things over and over for 25 years, that whether it's the clinton presidency, or the obama presidency, whether it's a pelosi speakership or tom foley who was speaker when i started. it's the same stuff. it's the same threats, it's the same arguments over and over. nothing ever changes. we just keep spending more money. we create more dependency. we get more and more irresponsible, one crisis to the next, all of them manufactured except for the real crisis which nobody ever addresses and that is, he we can't afford any of this. >> joining me now with reaction, fox news political analyst juan williams and the ceo of herman coi maman cain.co welcome to fox news. 999. >> welcome aboard. and juan welcomes you. >> i want to say that to him, 9-9-9, mr. pizza. >> mr. pizza. >> sean: i'll take mine with pineapple and-- well, forget it. (laughter) it's funny because i first saw the headline on drudge today and i thought, all right, what did rush say? i wanted to hear. and i thought about this and i read his comments in total and i started thinking myself about what he was saying. here we live i
primary vote was more in sync than senator clinton was for the democratic party base, and she obviously senator santorum didn't have the formidable apparatus, he didn't have the body weight -- >> do you think if santorum had had perry's early money it's a different -- >> well, i think it's -- what do we know about the republican party? it's increasingly evangelical, southern and populist. what do we know about mitt romney? [laughter] i think that is a testament to his political skill, that he didn't begin this with a natural, geographical or ideological base. and yet he was able particularly in those debates through, i think, sheer political skill to -- taking positions that in many cases people disagreed with. like health care. but to convince the republican party that he had the qualities that they wanted to be their nominee. >> what would you gees seeing in your -- you gees seeing in your debates where every year it was the new whack-a-mole, conservative challenger. so we went from perry to herman cain next? herman cain was next, right? in that sort of moment, and then he blew up at
clinton and a republican leader decided they were going to stomp on 70 of us -- you just get out of the way. and there were usually about 70 conservatives that usually got rolled. but we'll see. i'm sure this is all -- >> still ahead on "morning joe," the moderator of "meet the press" -- i like it when alex gets rough in the control room in my ear. he just yelled at me. i'm going to drive him crazy. all right. moderator of "meet the press" -- >> paul simon. >> that didn't sound like alex, david gregory, secretary of housing and urban development, shaun donovan with the latest on the housing market. that will be good. also historian douglas brinkley. and later, "new york times" film critic tony scott will be here with his oscar picks. that will be cool. and up next, inside this morning's "politico playbook" including how some republican governors are providing a lift for president obama's health care law. >> rick scott out of florida. >> yeah, that's big news. >> who would have ever seen that coming? >> well, makes kind of sense, actually. >> hospitals. >> hospitals, connection wi
. these guys have been trying out for who can say the most outrageous thing. saying to secretary clinton i'm going to fire you. when you get them together on the stage get your popcorn. >> thank you both for joining me tonight. coming up. a funny thing happened to me today trying to get through a congressman's office and they didn't take our calls or answer our questions. so we will tell you what they did that was so stupid coming up in the rewrite. [ rosa ] i'm rosa and i quit smoking with chantix. when the doctor told me that i could smoke for the first week... i'm like...yeah, ok... little did i know that one week later i wasn't smoking. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of depression or other mental health problems, which could ge
of getting it through. >> andrea: they backed off a little bit. bill clinton came out and said be careful, it could backfire. when they released the picture of the president shooting he was trying to tone down the rhetoric and pushback from the 32 executive orders. we are going to keep on this. we believe they are right. they are going to keep going. anytime something like aaron comes out -- >> kimberly: evan todd. >> andrea: there are more people coming out in the future telling their personal stories. if you look at the 32 executive orders that the president put out, evan is right. not up with of those things in the executive order would have stopped the killer. he said criminals and murders will always find a way. how do you protectish? put guards at the school. sandy hook decided to do it. let every school make that decision. >> kimberly: bob? >> bob: with all due respect evan todd, he comes out against background checks. it would have stopped people who did columbine and it would have stop the kid that shot up university of virginia. >> kimberlyvirginia >> andrea: there was assault w
is that when i was offered this job by secretary clinton, the prior office had lost the confidence of key players on capitol hill and others in the u.s. government. so i just thought it was a chance to start over. and i think that probably a lot of what we are doing was originally -- was in the original conception. and we've tried -- i'm trying not to throw the baby with the bathwater, probably nobody said that since the grandmother died, right? i don't know why that phrase came up. >> perfectly good phrase. >> so my feeling is that i think the original intent was to be strategic and to have a policy influence. and didn't i think when it went through its middle stages as a coordinator it had lost, it never gained traction in the state department. and so then went into a kind of a supplier of people come which i thought was too limited. so we try to recapture that and want to be part of a policy conversation. we've been very fortunate to have a dynamic support of secretary clinton for the first year of our existence. and now what we're finding is, i've only been in a handful of meetings wi
the flexibility. all you have to do is look back to the 95-96 government shut down urmdz the clinton administration where they were deemed essential. it's done in the past, but we ask the secretary to do that again in this situation. adam: why don't they deem the inspectors essential? you can't send the meat out from a plant unless the inspector is there to okay it. >> that's right. by law, we cannot operate plants at all without the inspectors in place. it's a food safety issue. we want to make sure that we ensure the integrity of the beef supply and keep customers safe, but that's a question, that, unfortunately, the secretary's office was not able to give us a good answer on so we are still asking to be made clear why we cannot deem these potential furloughs as just being essential employees. adam: as a citizen of a country who takes pride in the agriculture, not just beef, but farm products, what do you do? call your senator, congressmen? what can the people do to avoid a potential shortage of beef? >> call the secretary of agriculture and tell him to look at this because we need
. >> for your time back in the state department in the clinton years, you were involved in the early efforts -- i don't know if you have any lessons on the approaches that were tried then. >> i think we made a certain number of mistakes. it was me. so what did we really learn? i think the most important lesson was that you cannot negotiate a treaty unless you're prepared to do stuff at home to meet the requirements. and i think it wasn't enough thinking on what it is that the u.s. is prepared to do domestically before it was negotiated. then, of course, we had other reasons that it was never submitted to the senate and so on and so on. i think we were great at the negotiations but it did not mean anything because we did not have a program here to get it implemented. the other lesson, again, i'm partly the problem here. we just sort of come off the protocol which was a successful international agreement. we thought we should model a climate change agreement on that, do in the same way, have it be top-down, set targets. but more mon tree yawl -- mon tri albut we followed the same model because
, donor's politicians and media, bill clinton spoke about american gun owners. quote, a lot of these people, all they've got is their hunting and their fishing listening to this stuff for so long, all they've got. and to a room of san francisco elites it's not surprising they get bitter, they cling it guns and religion, under quote. the arrogance of their superiority requires this reminder. they don't rule us. they don't give us rights. we grant them power. they don't make us safe. we pay to protect them. and they don't make us free, we're free already. and as long as we have the second amendment, we always will be. we are america and our politicians are only as powerful as we, the people, allow them to be. >> now, let's say you're against americans owning guns, i think you can't help, but be moved by this ad. more importantly, when you hear the president's soaring media and propaganda, day in and day out. at some point you can lose sight who wants this country and never forget the notion that the power of america comes from you, we the people. not from bureaucrats and gover
schmoozer himself. >> rose: far cry from bill clinton. >> no, that's right. or lyndon b johnson. >> rose: or teddy kennedy. >> that's right, that's right. >> rose: they seemed to thrive on the flesh. >> yeah, he obviously doesn't. and. >> rose: but is he funny? >> i don't know how funny he is. i think that this campaign, this campaign was a lot about what would happen on the ground, as you know. and the obama people reminded me, remember old pauls in american cities, the kind of politician who knew every pole watcher by first name and all that. when they wanted to compliment somebody who they think really understands how thing works, they would say the man can count. >> rose: yes. >> that's right. >> and obama's guy kos count. >> rose: they could count, yes. >> and so they didn't have what was going on in their favor in 2008, the sort of excitement of it, the people's. >> rose: they are also good at gee-- geography. they can take somebody that wants to vote to the place where they can vote, that's a big deal. >> and this is a more effective method than trying to keep that guy from voting
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